Abby Wambach proves someone can be so much more than the highest goal scorer of all time for their national team. Wambach has been in the spotlight for her striking prowess since the early 2000s. Ever since she found her head, Wambach has not been afraid to use it. Alongside...
Glennon Doyle and Abby Wambach are happily married, but there's one hot topic that always leaves the couple divided: how to load the dishwasher. It seems like a simple enough household task, but both Doyle and Wambach, who married in 2017, have completely different opinions on the best way to get it done.
Soccer star and equal-pay activist Abby Wambach will kick off the 2021 Human Resource Executive® HR Technology Conference & Exposition® this fall. Her session, called “How HR Leaders Can Change the Game,” will focus on strategies for building an inclusive workplace. She also will explore revolutionizing leadership development by leading from nontraditional roles and redefining what it means to succeed in the context of today’s workforce.
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When it comes to quenching an athlete’s thirst, one company typically comes to mind: Gatorade. The sports drink helps athletes refuel with electrolytes. Outside of maybe Nike, few athletic brands have better marketing over the years. But times change, and everyone must adapt. Gatorade is doing its part by tapping...
For our final episode of Harmonics season 2, we bring you a conversation with two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA Women’s World Cup champion, Abby Wambach. LISTEN: APPLE • SPOTIFY • STITCHER • AMAZON • MP3. Wambach and host Beth Behrs have an honest and open conversation about sobriety, religion,...
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A Mississippi Gulf Coast teen battling terminal cancer got her chance to chat with soccer legend and Olympic gold medalist Abby Wambach. Abby Bosarge, an 18-year-old Pass Christian High senior and athlete fighting leukemia, is seen in a Facebook post wiping away tears while talking to Wambach, an LGBTQ and women’s rights activist who won the 2015 World Cup as part of the U.S. Women’s National Team.
Abby Wambach doesn't mind if you take her nail clippers but she would appreciate if you just put them back where they belong when you're finished!. The former Olympic soccer player sounded off in a video posted to Instagram Saturday by her wife, Glennon Doyle, hinting that their kids tend to take things without returning them, and we're pretty sure every single parent can relate to her gripes.
Carli Lloyd accomplished a feat so rare only 3 soccer players have ever pulled it off, but USWNT legend Abby Wambach wasn't surprised
Carli Lloyd made her 300th career appearance for the US Women's National Team Saturday. Only two other footballers — both retired US women stars — have accomplished the rare feat. US all-time leading goal scorer Abby Wambach told Insider she wasn't surprised Lloyd pulled it off. Visit Insider's homepage for...
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The story of Abby Wambach's role in the history-making Angel City FC soccer team started with a simple — and surprising — direct message from Natalie Portman. Wambach, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, recounted how Portman got her involved with the first female majority-owned women's soccer team while appearing on Tuesday's episode of the podcast The Artist and the Athlete with Lindsay Czarniak.
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Odyssey Group International, Inc. (OTCQB: ODYY ) (the "Company" or "Odyssey"), a technology and asset acquisition company focused on developing unique, life-saving medical products, is honored to welcome retired United States National Soccer Team captain Abby Wambach to its Sports Advisory Board (SAB). The inaugural members of the SAB include notable professional athletes who have a passion to advance treatments for brain injuries.
Glennon Doyle is sharing a message of acceptance after the Vatican said the Catholic Church would not bless same-sex marriages last week. On Monday, the author posted a gorgeous photo on Instagram, showing her and her wife soccer player Abby Wambach kissing at a chapel in Vatican City. In the caption, Doyle opened up about visiting the religious center, which she said made her feel uneasy at first.
Abby Wambach stressed the importance of empowering women during the seminar. Webster University brought in two-time Olympic gold medalist, FIFA Women’s World Cup champion and member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame, Abby Wambach to talk about Women’s History Month. The event took place on Zoom and was available...
SOURCE SPORTS: Michael Jordan, Mia Hamm, Abby Wambach, and Usain Bolt Star in A Remake of an Iconic Gatorade Spot
The “Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better” Gatorade ad originally created by Michael Jordan and Mia Hamm is recieving a remix in a new campaign. In the new Gatorade Zero video, soccer star Abby Wambach combats track star Usain Bolt to pay homage to the ’97 spot. The...
There's an iconic Gatorade commercial from 1997 featuring soccer star Mia Hamm and basketball legend Michael Jordan. If you haven't seen it, it's set to "Anything You Can Do (I Can Do Better)" and showcases them trying to one-up each other while doing different sports. Though it looks like all fun and games, it also emphasizes the capability of both men and women as athletes. Now, in a new campaign for Gatorade Zero with Protein, this same concept of empowerment is highlighted in a remake of the original commercial, this time with Abby Wambach, who scored a whopping 184 career goals for the USWNT (26 more than Hamm) and has two Olympic gold medals, and world record runner Usain Bolt. (Wambach's favorite flavor is Cool Blue, by the way.)
Michael Jordan and Mia Hamm helped recreate their iconic Gatorade commercial with Abby Wambach and Usain Bolt
Like the original 1997 ad, the version released Monday shows Wambach and Bolt competing in various sports - but Jordan and Hamm get the last laugh.
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(WHAM) - Rochester native Abby Wambach will be the face of a new ad campaign for Gatorade. Or one of the faces, to be exact. The soccer superstar is part of a commercial for Gatorade Zero, in which she challenges track superstar Usain Bolt in a series of athletic competitions.